Pictorial dictionary of the Holy Mountain Athos = Bildlexikon des Heiligen Berges Athos by Paulos M. Myl*onas

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Published by Wasmuth in Tübingen .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Monasteries, Orthodox Eastern -- Greece -- Athos.,
  • Orthodox Eastern church buildings -- Greece -- Athos.,
  • Architecture, Byzantine -- Greece -- Athos.,
  • Church decoration and ornament -- Greece -- Athos.,
  • Christian art and symbolism -- Greece -- Athos.,
  • Athos (Greece) -- Maps, Topographic.,
  • Athos (Greece) -- Buildings, structures, etc.,
  • Athos (Greece) -- Antiquities.

Edition Notes

Book details

Other titlesAtlas of the twenty sovereign monasteries, Bildlexikon des Heiligen Berges Athos, Atlas of Athos, Eikonograph*emeno lexiko tou Agiou Orous Ath*onos. Atlas t*on eikosi kyriarch*on mon*on, Ph*otographik*e tekm*eri*os*e tou topiou kai t*on mon*on
Statementby Paul M. Mylonas.
GenreMaps, Topographic.
ContributionsDeutsches Archäologisches Institut.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNA5599.A78 M95 2000, BX385.A8 M95 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22481612M
ISBN 103803010489, 3803010527, 3803010551

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Mount Athos —A “Holy Mountain”. TO THE more than million members of the Orthodox Church, Mount Athos, a rugged headland in northern Greece, is “the most holy mountain in the Orthodox Christian world.” For many of them, a pilgrimage to the “holy mountain” of Athos is a cherished dream.

What is this “holy mountain”. When Nikiphoros Phocas, who built the Lavra of Mount Athos, became a Byzantine Emperor (), he amassed a large army, liberated Crete and freed the captives, especially the Vimataris of Vatopedi, who returned after seventy years to his Monastery on the Holy Mountain.

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It occupies the easternmost of the three promontories of the Chalcidice (Khalkidhikí) Peninsula, which projects from. The Monastic Republic of Mount Athos (Greek: Αυτόνομη Μοναστική Πολιτεία Αγίου Όρους, Aftónomi Monastikí Politeía Agíou Órous, 'Autonomous Monastic State of the Holy Mountain') is a region of northern Greece around the Mount Athos peninsula, in Chalkidiki, enjoying a status of autonomy comparable to the peripheries (Greek administrative regions).

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